[Smt-talk] Uncommon six-four chords

Dan Zimmerman danielzim at aol.com
Mon Feb 6 18:22:12 PST 2012

Hi Jason,

There's a neighboring 6/4 decorating the subdominant in m. 11 of "La Paix" from Handel's Music for the Royal Fireworks.

Dan Zimmerman
U. of Maryland, College Park

On Feb 1, 2012, at 10:23 AM, Solomon, Jason wrote:

> I am also looking for instances of the leading-tone triad serving as a neighbor (or, pedal) six-four to IV: IV -  viio6/4 - IV. Here, I am primarily interested in either the leading-tone triad alone or one with a m7 added to produce the diatonic, half-diminished LT7. (The fully-diminished LT7 in this context could be analyzed as a common-tone diminished seventh chord, and I have plenty of examples of this).
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions that you might have to offer!
> Best wishes,
> Jason
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